University Degrees

ACADEMIC DEGREES

Associate Degree

The associate degree was introduced in 1900 by the University of Chicago with the intention of lead to employment or advancement in a specific career.

Bachelor Degree

This is the most traditional degree given by colleges and universities, usually it requires at least four years of full-time study although some programs like architecture or engineering take five years.

Master Degree

This is a postgraduate academic degree that requires one to three years of study after receiving the bachelor degree.

Doctoral Degree

Doctoral Degree is an academic degree of the highest level, is designed to train research scholars and, why not, future college and faculty members.



UNDERGRADUATE UNIVERSITY DEGREES BY SUBJECT
Accountancy Anthropology Arts &
Humanities
Biology Business &
Commerce
Chemistry Computer Science
Engineering Engineering Management Law Mathematics Languages Physics Sociology


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